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Retail Therapy: 2 Designer Boutiques Reopen in Vegas Just in Time for Holiday Shopping

Claire Harper and Shantila Lee | November 4, 2020 | Lifestyle



Fendi’s fully renovated and revamped space is finally open at The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace for a well-deserved shopping spree. Spanning 2,000-plus square feet, and designed with the new concept of the maison’s boutique, the retail destination houses the brand’s womenswear and menswear apparel, along with handbags and accessories. One handbag of note is Fendi’s newest bag debut, the PeekabooISeeU bag. Sporting an accordion-frame shape and featuring inside pockets, which come in smooth leather or precious skins that can be personalized with initials for a chic touch, this is hands-down the bag of the season. Additionally, the boutique will house the Fendi Baguette. Deemed the original “it” bag, the cultural phenomenon was spotted on Sex and the City and came in collectible versions. The Forum Shops at Caesars


Last month, famed fashion house Hermès moved into the newly developed wing at Wynn dubbed Wynn Plaza Shops. Spanning two levels, the new boutique, designed by architecture firm RDAI, boasts muted desert tones reminiscent of the surrounding desert landscape and features two VIP salons (one on each floor) and, new to this location, a furniture and lighting salon. All we have to say is the leather and brass globe—a selection of porcelain from Hermès’ newest tabletop collection, Passifolia—is most certainly at the top of our holiday wish list. Wynn Plaza Shops

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